Petra Opelova is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. As the operating director at Little Elephant Books, Petra shares with us how emotional connections help children develop a love of reading. I assure you, you need to click play now.


About Petra Opelova


emotional connections help children develop a love of reading with Petra Opelova Little Elephant Books Petra has worked for some of the biggest consumer brands in the UK and Europe, helping their online voice stand out and connect with communities. She is a huge bookworm and even writes her own stories for fun. So when she heard about how Little Elephant works with writers, illustrators, and even psychologists to create wonderful stories that children can fall in love with, she knew she wanted to get involved and spread the love to the United Kingdom too.

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